Darwin Tour Package | Holiday Promotion
With a population just over 110,000, the capital city of Australia’s Northern Territory is an amazing embodiment of what the country is all about – a cosmopolitan society teeming with exuberance, natural beauty and culture. Darwin is an incredible holiday destination and regarded by many as one of the best cities in the world to holiday in! Here are some reasons why you should be heading to Darwin the next time you’re on a holiday! Read More
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Planning to Darwin and The Northern Territory
Getting to Darwin
SilkAir operates direct flights to Darwin from Singapore on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday while Jetstar operates flights that connect Singapore to Darwin directly on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.
Ideal Self-Drive Destination
Driving in Darwin is definitely a pleasurable experience – the landscapes you cruise by are beautiful, and you’ll have tons of curious questions about them to ask your local friend (or google!) about. Explore gorges carved out over the ages and gaze in awe at the captivating Aboriginal rock art galleries such as: Nourlangie Rock and Ubirr. Drive to Nitmiluk National Park, home to spectacular Nitmuluk (Katherine Gorge) or you can also head to Litchfield National Park to admire the amazing magnetic termite mounds!
If you’re planning to travel from May till October, you’ll find it a breeze – the humidity levels are low and the dry season means sunny days and cool nights for everyone. The wet season happens between November till April, so pack a little more for the night. The days would be a little more humid with some rain, so come prepared!
Darwin & Northern Territory Must Dos & See
1. Face off with the giants of Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin
2. Explore the Territory Wildlife Park in Berry Springs
3. Cruise the Mary River Wetlands from Darwin
4. Visit the Mindil Beach Market at sunset
5. Discover natural wonders at Litchfield National Park
6. Fly over Kakadu and cruise the Yellow Water Billabong
7. Cruise around Darwin Harbour
8. Immerse yourself in Northern Territory Aboriginal culture